Elsmere city council approved an incentive package to support the location of Diversey in the city.
The City Elsmere on Friday dedicated a city park to former mayor and councilman Bill "Billy" Bradford, a pioneer who was the first African-American to serve as mayor in Northern Kentucky.
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Two Elsmere Police officers were honored with the department's Life Saving Award. Here is the story:
A man was convicted this week of killing an Elsmere couple.
The Erlanger Historical Society announced this week that it is merging with the Elsmere Historical Society.
A former Northern Kentucky police officer who has already pleaded guilty to previous crimes involving the solicitation of minors and men, is charged for a similar offense again.
A civil rights leader who started his work at age 14 and has continued it for more than six decades will be the guest speaker on Monday as four Kenton County cities come together for a virtual cele
Two Northern Kentucky organizations are set to benefit along with six others in Kentucky from $5 million in funding from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).
The Mary E. Smith Memorial Cemetery in Elsmere was vandalized with tombstones and signage damaged.
Two new addiction treatment centers are opening in Kenton County.
The City of Elsmere broke ground on its new city building Friday morning.
An Elsmere man lost his wife earlier this month and on the same day he picked up her remains, he won $200,000 in a Kentucky Lottery scratch-off game.
Nine Northern Kentucky city governments were approved for nearly $3 million in reimbursements from the federal coronavirus relief legislation approved earlier this year to address the
A new study from the personal finance company SmartAsset determined the ten most affordable places to live in Kentucky, and five in Northern Kentucky made the list.
Erlanger-Elsmere Independent Schools Superintendent Chad Molley said this week that students in the district will not compete or practice in high-contact sports this fall "until we can do so respon